How does it work?
Microfluidic channel carriers can become expensive and complicated. On the other hand, microfluidic chips are sensitive and just for single use. E.g. diagnostic stuff for routine use typically features hot embossed microplastics, a procedure which initially requires expensive casting machines and layout specific casting tools.
For R/D purposes the MicCell combines an affordable casting process using PDMS and a convenient mechanical setup for quick replacement of the used PDMS channel plate. The mechanical frame of the MicCell fits on standard microscope stages.